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Tag: patent and trademark office

Romag+v+Fossil
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Romag Fasteners v. Fossil (Decision April 23, 2020)

Does trademark infringement have to be “willful” for Romag to recover Fossil’s profits?

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SASInstitutevIancuDecision
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SAS Institute v. Iancu (Decision April 24, 2018)

If the Patent Review Board starts a patent review, it must address all of the patent challenger’s claims.

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OilStatesvGreenesEnergyDecision
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Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group (Decision April 24, 2018)

Patent rights can be reviewed in executive branch courts.

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SASvMatal
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SAS Institute v. Matal (Argument November 27, 2017)

SAS challenged Matal’s patent, and the review board did not address all of SAS’s claims. Can the patent review board pick and choose the claims it will start a review for?

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